Enjoy the inimitable quality of charcoal art with a twist. Derwent’s uniquely formulated tinted charcoal paints are water-soluble. Adding just a hint of colour to the charcoal base, this paletteof 12 deep, muted tones provides a high level of creative control with a white pan for highlighting. Each colour quickly and easily mixes, creating atmospheric and expressive results, with a matte, textured finish. Blend colours wet, apply in layers and lift, smudge or draw over when dry. This compact, self-contained set contains 12 tinted charcoal paint pans, five mixing palettes and a sponge to clean the mini waterbrush included.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Ideal for a wide variety of creative effects, from rich, deep tones to a translucent-like mist.
Blend colours, apply in layers and lift when wet or smudge or draw over when dry.
Handmade watercolour paints, made by Barry himself!
Made with Sennelier pigment and binders, hand mulled and made with care - creating the colours and mixes Barry uses.
The Paintbox Set i a beautiful enamel tin, containing half pans of: Lemon Yellow, Cadmium yellow hue, Cadmium red hue, Alizarin Scarlet Lake, Primary Red, Cerulean Blue hue, French Ultramarine, Burnt Sienna, Yellow Ochre, along with barry's unique mixes of: Spring Green, Summer Green, Autumn Green, Shadow Coour 1, and Shadow colour 2.
Half pans available as seperate colours also.
A new book out by Barry, as part of his Simpe StART range of art books, this time focussing just on colour mixing and colour theory.
42 pages of facts about colour theory, as well as several useful colour mixing charts.
A must for anyone wanting to improve their art, or who is sick of mixing 'mud'.
Everything discussed in the book has been used and taught, tried, and tested by Barry over his twenty five year career both as an artist and an art educator
Ideal for card making and scrapbooking
Embossing tool with 0.9 to 2.2 mm rounded tip
Designed in the UK
Used for creating reliefs on aluminium foil, paper, or indenting your drawings for creating marks such as fur.